Kohli breaks 80 years old record
Kohli breaks 80 years old record|Skipper Virat Kohli scored the seventh double century of his career, playing unbeaten 254 in the second Test against South Africa in the city of Pune, Maharashtra. Virat Kohli is the first Indian batsman to make seven double centuries. Varendra Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar had the honor of making the most double centuries by India. They both made 6-6 double centuries. The third is Sunil Gavaskar who made four doubles and Chteshwar Pujara made three double centuries. While Wasim Jaffer, Vinod Kambley, VVS Laxman, Dilip Sar Desai, and Venu Mankad made two double centuries.
Kohli’s 7000 Test runs were completed along with a double century. He also received the honor that he is the fourth batsman in the world club to score 7,000 runs. He accomplished that feat in the 137th inning.
In the list of fastest 7,000-runners, England’s William Hemandoul is in position. He has scored 7000 runs in 131 innings while India’s Virender Sehwag is 7th in 134 innings. I am third. Kohli broke the 80-year-old record of doing the same for Don Bradman 8 times by performing the feat for the 9th time as captain for 150 or more innings. In addition to captains Malla Jayawardene, Brian Lara, Graeme Smith, and Michael Clarke, who scored 150 or more runs, they all accomplished the feat seven times.